Yes, World Wide Web Wacky Wing Wednesday. WWWWWW. This is where I will surf the Web, and find other people talking about chicken wings. The world is full of chicken wing stories, wacky and otherwise. Recipes, restaurant reviews, eating contests or whatever. Today's Blog relating to wings in some shape or form:
Chris over at Nibble Me This sent me the link for this blog. I think Nick sums his blog up very well in his about section: "This website is all about exploring ways to become more confident in the kitchen. I think it’s time for people to put down the menus and pick up the spatulas. Not only does cooking typically lead to healthier and more economical eating, it’s also a heck of a lot more fun than ordering out." And by the way, what does Macheesmo mean? "Macheesmo is a phrase I came up with that simply means having confidence in the kitchen. Luckily for you, Macheesmo is something that can be learned."
What Chris sent me specifically was Nick's Orange Habanero Chicken Wings or 'You're On Fire' Wings. I'm not going to lie, the orange and the heat of these wings really appeal to me. I think I can taste them . . .
Macheesmo also has Sticky Wings. In this post, he has a solid philosophy on a good wings:
"I think there are three important qualities to a solid chicken wing: 1) Tender and juicy meat. I hate an overcooked wing. 2) Heat! This one is debatable but in general I think a wing needs some heat for it to be memorable. 3) Messy. I better have to lick my fingers."
There's also another post on Ring-A-Ding-Wings where three types of wings were made. Awesome.
Oh, we can't forget the awesome concept of Buffalo Bread. No, no we can't.
So if you like wings, or other homemade, good looking/sounding good food, go check out Macheesmo.